Airway And Respiratory

Asthma Epidemic Documented Among 9/11 Responders

Recovery workers who spent significant time at Ground Zero after Sept. 11, 2001, developed asthma at a rate 12 times higher than what is normal for adults, according to statistics published yesterday in a report by the city Health Department.

Posted Tuesday, September 4, 2007

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Multifunction Airway Training Manikin

Paramedic students need to practice techniques and be able to identify landmarks in actual patients based on what they see in the manikin. The new Adult Deluxe Airway Management Head from Simulaids offers realistic anatomical landmarks with the ability to practice all BLS and ALS airway adjuncts.

Posted Wednesday, August 22, 2007

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Grandma is Speeding to the Chippendale Club Again

Good news! We re all living longer. The real news: We re going to respond to more geriatric emergencies and trauma cases in the coming decades.

Posted Monday, August 20, 2007

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Grandma is Speeding to the Chippendale Club Again

Good news! We re all living longer. The real news: We re going to respond to more geriatric emergencies and trauma cases in the coming decades.

Posted Monday, August 20, 2007

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Restricted Access to Patent Airway

A recent study compares skill and efficiency among physicians and paramedics in securing a patent airway in restricted situations.

Posted Sunday, August 19, 2007

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Restricted Access to Patent Airway

A recent study compares skill and efficiency among physicians and paramedics in securing a patent airway in restricted situations.

Posted Sunday, August 19, 2007

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Nonin Model 9847 EtCO2

Posted Thursday, August 2, 2007

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Merlyn Medical EndoFlex

The EndoFlex endotracheal tube allows users to change the angle of the distal portion of the tubeÜÜ without switching tubes or inserting a stylet.

Posted Thursday, July 26, 2007

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Paramedics pilot new device for heart patients

Newburgh A Hudson Valley paramedic service has been authorized to test out a new treatment devise that could save heart patients' lives, stunt hospital stays and slash medical bills.

Posted Wednesday, July 4, 2007


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